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Ormacleit Castle

Ormacleit Castle was one of the shortest lived castles in Scotland being completed in 1708 and then being burned down in an accidental fire in 1715. Read more

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Standing Stones

Standing Stones are a feature found throughout the Outer Hebrides. Read more

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Uist Sculpture Trail

This provides a pathway for exploration via a series of seven commissioned works by artists and can be found in various locations across the islands. Read more

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Kildonan Museum and Crafts

The Kildonan Centre in South Uist is a heritage and cultural amenity which includes a museum, a craft shop, a Fèis room for ceilidhs, music and dance, a cafe and an archaeology room where finds can be cleaned and examined by visiting archaeology groups. Read more

Address: Kildonan Isle of South Uist HS8 5RZ
Tel: 01878 710343
Email: admin@kildonanmuseum.co.uk
Web: http://www.kildonanmuseum.co.uk
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Askernish Golf Course

Askernish Golf Course is the oldest golf course in the Western Isles and is a unique test for any grade of golfer. Read more

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Loch Druidibeg

Loch Druidibeg in the north of the island is a National Nature Reserve owned and managed by Scottish Natural Heritage. Read more

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The Statue of Our Lady of the Isles

Madonna and Child which was erected on the western slope of Rueval at a height of 170ft above sea level in 1957. Read more

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Flora MacDonald's Monument

Flora MacDonalds Monument. Speed, bonnie boat, like a bird on the wing, Onward! the sailors cry; Carry the lad that's born to be King Over the sea to Skye. Read more

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Cladh Hallan Roundhouses

The Cladh Hallan Roundhouses are an archaeological site on the island, noted as the only place in Great Britain where prehistoric mummies have been found. Read more